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DnG. N.GUTHRIE, Jr.
DENTIST All Work is Fully Guaranteed Gibson Building, Down Stairs Phone at Office and Residence COOKEVILLE, TENN. - O LOCAL AND PERSONAL. The Schuberts Monday night at Col- . lege. Santa Claus headquarters at Pincus Bros. , I J. P. Welch of Monterey was a Cooke ville visitor Tuesday. Joseph BUbrey or Aieood K, l was among our callers on Monday. Make your Christmas wants known at Pincus Bros. Constable C P. Hunter is waiting on the circuit court this week. Circuit court is in session with Judge C. E. Snodgrass on the bench. This morning was one of the coldest Thanksgivings of recent years. Bargain Basement just crowded with Xmas goods at Pincus Bros. Hinds' Cold Tablets are the best re medy for breaking up colds! 2t Special prices during December at the store of C. W. Cooper, Oak Hill. The biggest line ox gut goods ever shown in Cookeville. Pincus Bros. The local camp ox Woodmen had a banquet at their hall on Tuesday night A cruartet of rare ability will be the Schuberts at the College Monday nigbt. The first snow of the season fell last Friday and lay on the ground until Run- day. --:-'rr;:-',rr'-':--'': S. H. Smith of Laurel Hill was the guest of Mr. and Mrs, E. B. Duke over Sunday. 7 ..' -. : The Cookeville High School foot ball team goes to Carthage today to play the e'even of that place. , ' A basket supper for the benefit of the foot ball team was held at the school house Tuesday night. "M. M. Smith, former trustee of Clay county, has bought a $15,000 farm near Dover in Stewart county. C. W. Cooper of Oak Hill will make cut prices on all line of merchandise dur ng the month of Deiemberv " . ......: : .' ' The music loving people of Cookeville will b? served with a performance of exceptional merit stihe College Monday night. The Schuberts will appear at the Col lege Mbndav night as the second num ber of the Lyceum. Don't fail to he there. 7 7 7. -7.., c77 ' Pincus Bros, great clean-up sale is still going on.In?pect their of feriugs and you will be certain to secure some real bargains. '7'v::- The second ,' number of the Lyceum Course appearing at the College Mon. day riigt will be a star performance. Be there. ' : , , , Another winter wave came down upr From now until Xmas Sata Claus I headquarters at Pincus Bros. A. Wirt, who has been taking treat ment at the Mayo Hospital in Rochester, Minn., for several weeks, is ' gradually improving. The Savoy Theatre is showing to larg9 crowds. The pictures are the best going and it only costs a dime to see them and children only a nickle. Miises Lois and Melva Wirt entertain ed twenty-five young people Saturday night. Music and games were enjoyed and refreshments served. If you are not at present a patron of this bank please consider this a personal invitation to make this your banking home. First National Bank. A firo alarm was turned in about 9:30 Sunday night and report started that Hof fmeisters livery stable was burning but it proved to pe a false alarm. Any one Knowing me name and place of burial in thi3 part of the state of any soldier of the Revolution will please forward the information to the Herald. They say Miss Margie Dorman has in vented a foot warmer to be used in bed and that an experiment proved the warmth producing power of the device. Whitson Bros, are having a rush of business at their stock reducing sale, which will continue until Jan. 1. Early purchasers will have better selection. P. li. Apple tried to board a moving freight train at Oxford Wednesday night and had his chin badly damaged. He came up yesterday morning to have Dr. Moffet dress the wound. Judith Gap Mcnt Journal. The supreme court of Tennessee has declared the law unconstitutional that; prohibited justices of the peace from trying cases outside the district for which they were ejected, and they may now operate anywhere in their county. Mrs. T. J.Cleburne, of Nashville, spent a few hours with Carthage friends last Monday. She was on her way to her old home at Cookeville, where she presided at the piano for the wedding of her school girl friend. Miss Marie Yeargan, who was married Wednesday at the Pres byterian church in Cookeville to Mr. Brent Byrne, of Ft. 1 Worth, Texas. Smith Co. News. ' Wanted We always have a place for the right kind of man and woman, several good positions now open. "Write or appear at Singer Sowing machine Co., Galla tin, Tenn. C. B. Allen, Mgr. 9 rtSUJ1, ' ' ; 7 r- Absolutely ' Puro Mates Home Baking Easy With rninimum trouble and cost bis cuit, cake and pastry are made fresh, clean and greatly superior to the ready made, dry, found-in-the-shop variety, and danger of alum food is avoided. "For the sunshine and the rain, - '" For the dew and for the shower. For the yeUow, ripened grain, And the golden harvest hour. We bless Thee, oh. our Godt i 7 Rexall Remedies are the Best I have a nice line of these remedies and can recommend them as the best for the troubles for which the are pre- pared. They are as good as money and brains can produce." Z. T. Hinds. 2t. Child Fatally Burned The two year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pyne of this city set his cloths on fire by some means, durjng the tern- poray asbence of. his mother from the house, last Friday afternoon and was ad badly burned that death resulted. Card of Thanks , ' We desire to express our sincere thanks to our acquaintances for (heir sympathy and kindness shown us during the tick "For the heat and the shade. For the Gladness and the errief. For the tender, sprouting blade. And tor the noddlmr sheaf. 7 , We bless Thee, oh, our Godt For the storm and for the peace, For the trembling and the cheer. And tor the triad increase. Y We bless Thee, oh, our Godt "Our hands have tilled the sod, ; And the torpid seed have sown: . But the quickening was of God, And the praise be His alone. We bless Thee, oh. our Godt" on us Tuesday. It seems that Indian sum-1 neg3 and dth of ourdear husbaddand rner has been lost in tne -weatner qeai , father. May God ble33 each at?(1 every j mia year. V?;7".'..V .J one of youi3 our prayer. :' 7,7';".,7. r Seattle, Washington, was founded 69 i Mrs. G. W. High and Children 'years ago, on Ndv, 13, by a i party of j : 7.T 7Z T . ' Tennessean headed by Arthur A. Danny B?gest me ofmas toys ever shown They named the city after a famous in Cookerale at Pincus droa. Indian chief , who had befriended them. 25c gets the Herald a whole year. Darwin-Barnes . - . Miss Ethel Barnes and Mr. Charles Ki Darwin were married this morning at the home of the bride's paient?, Mr.and Mrs A.P. Barnes in this city. The c r- emony was impressively performed by Rev. W. W. Baxter in the presence of the relatives and a few intimate friends Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Darwin left for Flynn's Lick, where they will spend several days with the groom's parent?, Mr. andMrs. J.C. Darwin. 7 'X77;:...7'' " ' ' The bride is the oldest daughter of Mr." and Mrs. A. P. Barnes and is an accomp- lishe't and popular young 1 dy. The groom is , one or i;ooKevine s ieaamg young merchants. They wil , reside in this city. ,; r;-7 'V'-;:.7;,--'r.7 What has become of the old-fashion ed weather prophet? Here we are g - ing into winter and no prophet with a gander bone theory, a corn husk theory or any other theory has come forward to tell us whether we are going to have an open winter or freeze to death. Card of Thanka We desire to express our sincere thanks to our friends for their sympa thy and kindness shown us in our sad bereavement the death of our little boy. May God bless each of you and, when it is in our power to show our apprecia tion in any way we are yours to com' mand. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Payne. . v W. T. Anderson Contest , Below is the vote in the piano con test conducted by W. T. Anderson at Boma: . ' . Bettie Whitehead.......... 116885 , Audrey' Anderson -97,160 Bettie Fisher. 85,5i5 Maud A. Roberts.... .r63,735 Mary Boyd.--.-. 60,530 ; Delie Brown............ 4y,025 Lena Clayton.... .. ....1.690 ; Ida Ellis ......47.815 Roxie Gentry .... 2f.740 Maggie Jared : .......25 503 Ulah Lindsey... .....li), Florence Maynardl 40,75 Ida Medley-.. . ....... .. .37,715; Allie T. Nabors .28,670 Birdie Patton Mary Adkins.... Josie Roberts....' Vada Sutton..... Georgia Whitehead ... ti . i r i . j y auiunv nunwiu Tina Shanks... Maud Roberts. Mary Herren.. Bulah Duke... From Nov. 1st .4,655 -.14,175 ..20.4 50 ..33,b20 ..27,065 . 22,365 ..15,t6 27,060 ...... 10.770 11,015 Dec. 24th. I will to give 1000 votes for evtry dollarsi worth of jewelry purchased ot me. ' ' I am the Red Cross Christmas Stamp And this that S propose is To summon wealth and fight for 'Jealth And beat Tuberculosis ;v s ; Beat the greatest plague of all; Oust a pall of sadness; : '. ; ' To treat despair with lfeht and air And lift it into gladness. . Christmas next, then Nev Year'h.